Saturday, August 7, 2021

A Very Popular Goreng Pisang Stall

I read in my community's facebook that someone from Damansara Uptown came over to buy goreng pisang. He was stopped by authorities somewhere and got slapped with a RM2000 summons for crossing district. That was the most expensive Goreng Pisang anyone could have paid. There are 2-3 different Goreng Pisang stalls located in the both ends of the neighbourhood but I guess the guy came to buy from this one below. It is the biggest stall with the best variety of fried kuehs for tea time and for me to watch my Netflix. Really sedap and shiok to munch.

They sell everything at RM2.00 for 4 pieces.



This stall would operate in the early afternoon and that's the perfect timing for the customers to buy back for tea time. By late evening, all sudah habis and very laku.





These are the trays of Goreng Pisang, Fried Crispy Lekor, Goreng Sweet Potatoes and etc. I could not get individual close up shots because the long queue was there.




This is my Top Favourite ONDEH ONDEH kueh which has fresh gula melaka bursting out in your mouth. The pandan flavour and grated coconut is always fresh to chew. Yums! RM2.00 only a box.





This is Keria (Donuts) which is coated with thick Icing Sugar which is ideal to eat with hot black coffee.




Fried Poh Piah Rolls with sweet & spicy caramel coatings. Very original and crispy!!




Curry Puffs (Left is Sardine Flavour and Right is Curry Potatoes)




This is Fried Cekodok (Banana Balls)




This is Cucur Udang (Fried Crispy Shrimp Balls)


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41 comments:

  1. And I would like to add, it is my misfortune to cross paths with you, the powerful master with dark arts. I wish I could turn back time and undo Crossing paths with you. Even if inregret writing this comment, I dare not delete it because if I delete it and something goes wrong with your comments section, I will be blamed again for it. So please delete this comment for me if you don't like to see it here. You are the admin of your powerful universe here, powerful dark master so please make this comment disappear if you wish. And also please wipe my memory of ever reading any og your stuffs. What a big regret Crossing path with you. Life played a joke on me and that is crossing path with you. Sweat. Big regret. Your biggest achievement. Congrats! Happy now? ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐Ÿฅ‚๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ’ฐ

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  2. Too bad that guy is not a powerful dark arts master, else he can Jedi mind the person giving the summon or perhaps show IC with old address then no need pay for so expensive goreng pisang liao, right? You should have helped him, you powerful master.

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  3. What? Lost your sense of humour? Doesn't understand that speaking pasar language is a sign of familiarity? I speak pasar mix language with my closest family people and I was feeling so cosy with this oh so warm web commenting community that sometimes I write also in broken languages. Mana tao got powerful master high and mighty go kutuk kutuk and step step step in tiny tiny small fonts until grandma has to bring out Fong dai geng aka magnifying glass to read the tiny tiny fonts and felt a slap n a kick on the face cos kena pijak by high mighty powerful england dark arts master and lost sanity drop dead nearly. No humour, go watch Graham Norton shows. Sweat. Please wipe my memory. Misfortune. The day you were born, dark shadows cloud my surroundings, eh, is that a fairy tale begining? No logik also. U were born many years before me. Anyway I feel your dark presence everywhere now, so scary, please don't set your dark arts on me. Help!!!!!! Humour only la. As Douglas someone would say.

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  4. Oh no! I wrote the above under the influence of a powerful master. Now I don't dare to delete my comments cos later I would be accused and blamed for messing up people's professional blog la, not blogs about eating leftovers ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ Professional blogs u know, got standard punya. Y u mali kacao kacao with broken languages ah? Go away! Encik, boleh bagi chance Tak? I Tak boleh delete la, nanti kena black mouth n say I mess up people's comments section. Tolong, maciam mana sekarang? Admin, admin, tolong delete semua four komen ini. Tq tq tq. Apala u, meracau buta malam sini. Pi tidor, pi mampui, admin no time layan u, ok? U no stand up komik. U komik kertas nak kena sepak Dan pijak lagi kah? Tak tao malu. Later dunno got one anon Dr will say eh, I diagnose as xxxx Masuk Tanjung apa fruit itu? Sana masih ada tempat kah? Bukan semua dag full kah? Oooooooooo lari lari cepat, nanti kena tang Kap, lari lari........2be cont.

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  5. Oh, food photos are very tasty. Don't know what magic set the humour off. Got talent as standup comic? Hi, long time no see. Still have time for me. Maybe another post on another type of not Borneo elephant. Powerful master powerful england. Sure can write very powerful article and influence all readers to support support and gang up on the subject. Good good, when think kena bully, best is turn the table around and bully back, right!? Congrats! U have achieved your objective and mission. Markah penuh. You got number 1, uno in your class of web blog comment community. I test my case. ๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค

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  6. Feels so wrong writing the above comments when the death numbers are so high so please delete them. I am serious. Please delete them. Thank you. ๐Ÿ™

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  7. Oh, how could I have forgotten about the diamond gem of all? Nearly forgot but lucky can remember now and write here for the battle of insults.

    I cannot imagine how someone could be so creative to think of this punishment of asking someone to put all the 10 little piggies that went to the market into the gob. Is it because of the creative marketing manager? No! It must be a memory from the deepest recess of the mind of having went through it. Poor kid. Being put through this punishment at such a young age that it is forever etched in the subconscious mind until after 50 years of age, in old age, it got typed out in tiny fonts. Wakakakaka. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚Poor little old kiddo. Cannot erase that punishment from the mind so need to pay it forward. Sad. ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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  8. My favourites are those fried banana fritters and fried sweet mung bean snacks. Do buy some goreng pisang to eat while watching your netflix programmes. Enjoy your Sunday to both you and your wifey TM.

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    1. Sunday was a good day with Netflix in full swing. Thanks for your wishes. I wonder if Singapore sells so many types of traditional kuehs like this? The nyonya kuehs in Singapore are definitely nice and fragrant.

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    2. Don't have wor, not easy to find such a great variety of kuehs and snacks, unless perhaps in a Ramadan Bazaar during hari raya.

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    3. I think you should start learning to make these kuehs and sell. Good money, Easy money!
      This pandemic is changing the world now. Everyone has to diversify.

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    4. I am starting to learn the names of these kuehs, such as keria, cekodok and cucur udang, next i will learn to fry them and sell them to TM at affordable prices. Haha.

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    5. Sure I will order everything from you. Please make sure you get started soon.

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    6. Thank you in advance tow kay TM, just you one customer, i can wrap up and close for the day liao, lol! Thank you thank you for your patronage.

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    7. LOLOL Hahahaha. What kind of goreng pisang seller is this? Just one customer is cukup.

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  9. The kuihs are definately tempting! Long time i didnt eat such kuihs. Used to buy these from the school canteen many many years ago.

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    1. When we were at school, we were less fussy and everything tasted good. Now grown up adults, our tastes probably changed due to aging tongues. Hahaha

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  10. I love all sorts of Malay kuih too like this onde-onde but try not to eat often because of the sweet gula melaka. The donuts with icing sugar is called kuih keria (just in case you want to know) and they're sweet potato donuts which I don't eat coz there's just too much sugar coating (same thing with the fried popiah with sweet chilli coating). The fried cekodok I love and cannot resist (hoping the sweetness comes from the bananas instead of sugar..lol). The last unnamed one is cucur udang (just that these are in ball form) and my absolute favourite (curry puffs too) since these ones are savoury instead of sweet. They all look good and I can see why this is a very popular stall...but, eh, why no show the goreng pisang lah? Lol. Having great kuih at tea time while watching TV is the best thing ever...enjoy your relaxing Sunday! ;)

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    1. You are really the walking Food Encyclopedia and I will update all my photo captions. Thank you very much for teaching me otherwise Uncle Roger would call me a Food Nerd. You sound like a Nyonya who has eaten all the kuehs in this country. Many kuehs are new and remains unnamed to me as you won't find them in Penang or Thailand. LOL

      Thank you again as Sunday was great. Netflix is my saviour.

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  11. Aiyoyoyo TM! You are tempting this auntie with all her favorite kuehs and snacks! I think I can find this stall but not now obviously. TTDI is so near and yet so so far! I super love keropok lekor (because I am Terenganu mari) and all those goreng2 stuff like goreng ubi although strangely I don't like goreng pisang.

    I also love onde2 and I used to eat a lot of kueh keria from my university cafeteria (theirs does not have as much sugar coating like this TTDI stall). That fried popiah is quite unique but I am guessing it is very sweet but I don't mind trying.

    I also miss eating karipap, cekodok and cucur udang. BTW there is a van that sells very delicious tauhu bakar in TTDI. I wonder if you have tried. My late uncle used to love it a lot and so did I.

    Eating kueh and snacks while watching Netflix is the BEST! Too bad I can't visit that stall sobs!

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    1. Yes I always wonder why good dishes and desserts must come from Kelantan & Terengganu!! I am glad I made a visit there. I also don't fancy goreng pisang but cekodok is most welcome!

      This stall is very near your house. Just spit your saliva and can reach their stall la. Why not I tapao all your cravings and leave it with the 1-U guard house? I will tell them to wait for a lady in sarong and selipar Jepun to collect. Wakakaka
      You will like the fried poh piah which is coated with their own sweet chilly sauce. Ho Chiak!!

      I think that van that sells tauhu bakar is missing. I have not seen it for a long time. Oh no, fearing for the worst. I will look out tomorrow.

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    1. I salute a smart fella like you. I googled and it's really keria. I will update my post.

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    1. Poor you! Maybe you can fry goreng pisang! I googled Bermuda and they grow Dwarf Cavendish bananas too.

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  14. OOF. i LOVE lekor and banana fritters!! gaahhh...! just my luck, i never know where to go to get good fried tea time treats like this(!) twilight, you live in a different district altogether? you're closer downtown, i'm guessing?

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    1. Hey, I got mention in my Nasi Kandar post which area is my territory. Just opposite yours. You can ask FoodPanda to deliver.

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  15. Wow, everything looks yummy. Onde onde is cheap at RM2.The cekodok is my favorite. Must visit this stall when we enter phase 2.

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    1. Phase 2? When? 2022? I am grieving daily.

      When you come, I will treat you everything ok.

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  16. There is a goreng goreng stall right in front of my apartment too but the variety is not as much as the one you shown. I used to like fried lekor (with soft inner) but now I prefer the crunchy version, very addictive. Aiyo, you make me crave for it, hopefully they still have lekor when I get off work later. =.="

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    1. Okay good luck to your lekor buying! I also prefer the crispy hard ones and dip in their own sweet chilly sauce. Sedap Giler wei....

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  17. I like ondeh-ondeh too. Yummy. Used to enjoy buying and eating those fried food from Malay stall in my pasar tani but since last year's mco, the pasar has ceased operation. Such pity. Business so good, lots of people and many stalls. Sigh. I used to buy banana fritters, vegetable fritters and potato balls and wedges from one stall. Kind of missing them.

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    1. What a pity that this pasar has ceased operations. The same thing is happening here. Thank God, I still have this daily stall selling fried stuffs to spoil me.

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  18. When I was working, I can eat goreng pisang every day for lunch. There was this stall that we have to place order and if not collected after half an hour, the order will be cancelled. Since I retired, I have not eaten goreng pisang. This post refreshed my memory of the yummy goreng pisang. That 2k summon will haunt that poor man every time he thinks of goreng pisang. Ondeh-ondeh is also one of my favourite. Must place the whole ondeh-ondeh into the mouth and close the mouth before biting on it. I also like fried popiah, fried sweet potato and yam. Oh yes, crispy lekor too. Too bad the ones selling in my area are not so tasty.

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    1. I enjoy everything sold at this stall. They only sell everything at minimal of 4 pieces for each item which is not easy for me to enjoy one bite of each item. Need to share with friends for tea party would be ideal.

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  19. These are a great companion to go by any activities, and I love such during rainy times to go along with tea. Seeing the donuts, I actually thought of vadas. Enjoy

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    1. Of I love to eat Indian cakes too like Vadas (Vadai) and sweet desserts with milk and grated coconuts. Damn yummy.

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  20. Why RM2000, got 2 ppl in the car ka?
    Better use delivery service now, better pay few ringgit extra than to get saman. sigh.
    Those cucur and kueh really look good tho, no wonder they willing to take the risk :)

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    1. That is the minimal fine for crossing districts! I guess he drove not further than 3km. He posted in his facebook which went viral that he wanted to eat the crispy goreng pisang!

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  21. OMG....the donuts and lekor made me drool. :D

    It is kinda difficult to find this in Melaka right now.

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    1. I think this types of stalls with lots of fried-fried stuffs are a common sight around Selangor. Come over bro and let's have Keria donuts and lekor for tea.

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